Using the Five-Paragraph Essay in a Social Studies Class

2014, jody lubbers, social studies

This lesson is designed to give students practice identifying historical information in a novel. Then the student can write a paper comparing the historical fiction to information that they have researched about the same topic. 

 

Lesson Plan

Using the Five-Paragraph Essay in a Social Studies Class

2014, jody lubbers, social studies

This lesson is designed to give students practice identifying historical information in a novel.  Then the student can write a paper comparing the historical fiction to information that they have researched about the same topic.

 

Lesson Plan

Sarah and Angelina Grimke: Advocates for Abolition and Women’s Rights

8th grade, jody lubbers, primary sources, speech, womens rights

Jody''s lesson is designed to give students an overview of the work that Sarah and Angelina Grimke did for the cause of abolition and women’s rights.

Andrew Jackson and Indian Removal

8th grade, andrew jackson, cherokee, jody lubbers, native americans, trail of tears

Jody's lesson is designed to give students an overview of Andrew Jackson and of the causes, events, and effects of the removal of the Cherokee people of the southeastern United States.  Students will use primary source documents to achieve an understanding of the problems that the Cherokee faced.